blood glucose monitoring
A device that uses the eye rather than finger pricking to measure blood glucose levels is one step further along development after being awarded a patent.
Wednesday, 16 October 2019
Additional investment to expand free access to glucose-monitoring technology comes into effect on 1 March 2019.
Thursday, 28 February 2019
You may have heard about a new type of glucose monitoring system, which is now available in Australia, that obtains glucose readings without finger pricking
Friday, 12 October 2018
Understanding your readings is a very useful way to help you look after your diabetes because it can help you work out what affects your glucose levels. Your healthcare team will determine what your individual recommended range is.
Friday, 29 June 2018
FreeStyle LibreLink app is now available in Australia allowing Aussies using the system to access glucose data directly from their smartphones
Wednesday, 6 June 2018
Researchers are looking for young people living with type 1 diabetes to participate in trial of new hybrid closed loop system.
Friday, 20 April 2018
Along with your blood glucose levels that you have checked at home, your doctor will ask you to have a HbA1c test at regular periods.
Friday, 13 October 2017
Also known as ‘Impaired Awareness of Hypoglycaemia’, this state refers to your body no longer sending you early warning signs that your blood glucose level (BGL) is low, or when you are no longer recognising symptoms.
Monday, 19 December 2016
Your blood glucose level (BGL) is affected by a number of things including exercise, physical activity, medications, stress, illness, alcohol and in particular the food you eat. Checking and recording your BGL regularly will help you to see and monitor the effect of a healthy diet and lifestyle choices.
Wednesday, 28 September 2016
Diabetes research looking at saliva-based glucose test to make blood tests a thing of the past for people living with diabetes.
Monday, 6 April 2015